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Compact Electronic Desktop Music

The name “Compact Electronic Desktop Music” comes from a few places, the main of them being a Japanese fellow I showed the music to, through the magic of internet chatting; upon hearing my work he asked if I made “anything other than desktop music.” It appears “desktop music” is a direct translation for what Japanese call music made primarily on the computer desk at home or in your bedroom. The result is a meandering of jazzy electronic “module tracker” or “chiptune” music, with dance, progressive, and the occasional folk idea added.
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Compact Electronic Desktop Music
by chunter
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Welcome to slice-of-life desktop pop. chunter presents collection of four songs for the four seasons, with synthesized lead vocals using AquesTone and UTAU. Songs by chunter(Christopher Hunter) except Sekai ga Mawaru (The World Turns) by Christopher Hunter and Momoko Fujimoto.
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Compact Electronic Desktop Music
by chunter
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A follow-up to Release Zero, On a Rainy Day takes the listener from the home you can't wait to leave to the dangerous place you can't wait to return from, using a blend of tracker samples, virtual synths and blips, and a 12-string acoustic guitar. This was mixed and mastered in its entirety on Renoise version 2.5. chunter is a multi-instrumentalist musician who composes primarily in module trackers on a laptop computer. Cover art by SirMarkus Kidd. "Markus" mascot based on...
Topics: module tracker, synthesizer, electronic, compact, desktop, 8-bit, synthpop
Compact Electronic Desktop Music
by chunter
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This project began as a collection of the music used when chunter got married in April of 2012, tracks 2, 4, and 8 were used during the wedding and reception. Track 5 was composed with most of the programming done on the balcony of the hotel room one morning on honeymoon (before the wife woke up,) and the remaining tracks are reworkings of previous material which were originally intended for a different project. Sounds range from an orchestra imitation, some electronic instrumental pop ballads,...
Topic: music, electronic
Everything Must Change (For You), So That Everything Stays the Same (For Us) is a return to the RPM Challenge in 2011 (The RPM Challenge is a public dare to create a recorded album using the time only in the month of February to conceive, compose, record, produce, and master) and is named after a paraphrase used in the blog Spike Japan (http://spikejapan.wordpress.com) to describe the country's economic structure. As with Release Zero, the RPM Challenge was in the same month as Battle of the...
Topics: module tracker, synthesizer, electronic, compact, desktop, 8-bit, synthpop
Compact Electronic Desktop Music
by chunter
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Release Zero was created as part of the RPM Challenge, a public dare to create a coherent album using the time only in the month of February to conceive, compose, record, produce, and master. Since this coincided with participation in the Battle of the Bits Winter Chip IV competition, about half of the songs were composed with that contest's rules in mind, although there is much retouching so that the result here is thin, light, and relaxing, instead of the shrill and overpowering sound often...
Topics: module tracker, synthesizer, electronic, compact, desktop, 8-bit, synthpop
Compact Electronic Desktop Music
by Smiletron
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Smiletron takes the sounds of chipmusic and blends in the sounds of nature, guitars, and piano, creating an intimate, peaceful mix.
Topics: smiletron, chipmusic, chiptune, 8-bit
This is the collection of mp3 files for entries by chunter for the SounDevotion Competition (http://sdcompo.com) to move them from loopproject.com. All songs by chunter except "Music by Numbers" by ambtax1, "Just Another Song" by nt, "Capslock" by Mick Rippon, and assorted public domain pieces; "We Hold These Truths" contains a lyric and vocal by essesq.
Topic: SounDevotion, sdcompo